Following the release of a brand new trailer for Minecraft Earth announcing the upcoming closed beta, players have begun asking how to sign up. Outside of confirmation that a closed beta will be available for Minecraft Earth, the trailer showcases some of the gameplay you can expect from the mobile title.
Based on the trailer, it seems like Minecraft Earth will mirror other AR titles like Pokemon GO and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite while also offering Minecraft’s core creative gameplay. As you walk around and play Minecraft Earth, you’ll be able to tap and gather resources to use in your custom constructions using build plates. Eager to check the game out for yourself? Here’s how to sign up for the Minecraft Earth closed beta!
How to sign up for Minecraft Earth closed beta
If you’re wondering how to sign up for the Minecraft Earth closed beta, the good news is that it’s easier than you might think. First, you’ll need to head over to the Minecraft Earth website, scroll down, then click the “Sign Up Now” button. After that, you’ll be taken to a page with details and requirements for Minecraft Earth along with another “Sign Me Up” button.
Keep in mind that you’ll need access to a device that runs at least iOS 10 or Android 7 to be able to run Minecraft Earth. Other info needed to qualify for the closed beta include an Xbox Live or Microsoft account, app store log-in, and answers “to a few questions” before your sign-up is complete.
To make things a bit more exciting, you’ll receive a free skin in Minecraft Earth as well as Minecraft Bedrock by signing up for the closed beta. If you have other questions regarding Minecraft Earth and device compatibility, there’s a full FAQ page that breaks down everything you need to know about the game.
In the trailer description, no release date for the closed beta has been provided, though it should be out soon given the text, “The Minecraft Earth closed beta is almost here!” Stay tuned, as we’ll be posting updates on Minecraft Earth and the upcoming closed beta as new information is released.Load Comments